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Glassman runs for attorney general

The former Tucson City Councilman is in the Republican primary.

AZPM Airs Alma's Way on PBS Kids Starting October 4 in English and Spanish

New episodes air Monday-Thursday at 8:30 AM starting Monday, October 4.

After stalling, Tucson police chief's nomination for customs commissioner will move ahead

Chris Magnus’ nomination hearing to become Customs and Border Protection’s next commissioner stalled shortly after it was announced last spring.

If You Love Potatoes, Tomatoes Or Chocolate Thank Indigenous Latin American Cultures

As the country celebrates all things Latino, we think it's time to show some culinary appreciation for some of the tastiest foods indigenous to Latin America.

State stopped key groundwater monitoring, auditor general says

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has failed for years to monitor groundwater for pesticides and other contaminants, review found.

Imposter Syndrome makes accomplished people feel like frauds

The phenomenon causes chronic self-doubt and creates problems in the office.

Arizona high court allows school mask ban ruling to stand

The Arizona Supreme Court won't immediately reinstate a series of new laws, including one that block schools from requiring masks.

Grijalva calls for unused COVID vaccines to be donated to border communities

The U.S.-Mexico border has been closed to non-essential travel for over a year, Grijalva says ramped up vaccine effort could help.

Foes of massive Arizona tax cuts file to block them

The Invest in Arizona Now coalition argues the cuts will prevent schools from getting needed funding.

Judge blocks part of new Arizona abortion law

Law would bar doctors from providing abortions because of a genetic abnormality but ruling raises concerns about broader chilling effect.

Biden rule to shield 'Dreamers' seeks to bypass Congress

An administration proposal on Monday attempts to satisfy concerns of a federal judge in Houston who ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was illegal.

Foes of new Arizona voting laws short of signatures for referendum

Campaign needed to file nearly 120,000 valid signatures Tuesday to prevent the laws approved by the Legislature earlier this year from taking effect.

Arizona says data problem reduced report of additional cases

Arizona on Tuesday reported 1,123 additional confirmed COVID-19 case, a figure well below the average of recent daily reports.

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